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Hello, do you mean that they are presenting something in evidence which you feel you didn't supply to them, would that be correct?
Ok, so this is obviously a difficult issues. Every email ever sent in the history of emails has what is called metadata, no matter how old or new a system is and the metadata will tell you if an email has been altered. However, if it is not possible to have this looked at what you want to do is send an email to the tribunal and tell them that you wish to challenge some of the evidence which is proposed by the respondent. You will want to explain you reasons why. Additionally, if the respondent is not called upon to prove the evidence is valid (which they may well do) then any time this peace of evidence is presented in evidence then it will be noted that it has been questioned by you and this will be conserved when the evidence is looked at for judgement. However, you should write to the tribunal and state that you feel the evidence should not be used for the reasons you have stated to me. Once you have done this they will have to explain their defence to this accusation to the judge. When you send any emails to the the tribunal then ensure you copy the other parties in also to every single email.
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